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University Students Met In Falam, Chin State

15 June, 2009: In attempt to safeguard and promote unity, friendship and understanding among Chin students, Chin University Students Fellowship (CUSF) held its 11th meeting at Falam, Chin State last month.

A 5-day gathering, which ran from 19 to 23 May, had three main papers: Post-Eden drive presented by Rev. Dr. Do Sian Thang, Human-trafficking by Rev. J. Za Hlei Kap, and Youth and Laws by Pi Sui Thluai Thang.

The community had welcomed an introduction of new activities, which have not been done before, such as planting more than 70 trees, and donating and distributing second-hand clothes and vitamins to orphanages.

During the seminar, an excursion was also made to a historic site called Lailun Cave.

More than 100 university students from Kalay Myo and different areas of Chin State including Falam, Hakha, Thantlang, Tedim and Matupi attended the seminar that intends to work harder to draw a bigger and wider attendance in the future.


Van Biak Thang

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